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  • He serves BBQ to Bill & Hillary Clinton 

    Bill and Hillary Clinton have been going to McClard's Bar-B-Q in Hot Springs, Arkansas since before they were political superstars. Owner Scott McClard shares his thoughts on Bill's veganism and Hill's potential presidential run.

  • This Brooklyn rooftop supplies Whole Foods 

    Most produce travels 1500 miles from farm to table. Gotham Greens grows, harvests and sells its crops all in one building.

  • Paying it forward with pizza 

    Rosa's pizza in Philadelphia has given away thousands of slices to homeless people, thanks to customers who pre-purchase as a random act of kindness.

  • Why I spent a week looking for sheep 

    Merino sheep produce the finest wool in the world. White merinos were once part of a booming industry in Vermont. In the mid-1800's there were 1 million. But today, they are rare in those parts. CNNMoney's Vanessa Yurkevich hit the road in search of the elusive white merino sheep.

  • Watch a snowboard superpipe get made 

    There are only about half a dozen superpipes on the east coast. That's because it's big money to build them. The price tag, half a million dollars.

  • Is this the perfect bourbon? 

    Buffalo Trace Distillery is on a mission to make the perfect bourbon and its new 'Warehouse X' could help them get the recipe just right.

  • He sells Christmas trees to Royals 

    CNNMoney talks to the Christmas tree salesman to the stars. Scott Lechner has been selling Christmas trees in New York City for more than 30 years. No expense is spared at up to $6,000 a pop.

  • This 100 year old turkey is delicious 

    The Koch family farm breeds turkeys with a 20th century ancestry.

  • SF company makes guitars from plants 

    Blackbird Guitars' newest ukulele is made from Ekoa, a sustainable plant composite.